Four easy ways to reduce food waste, featuring the kids of the Queensland Children’s Hospital on JuicedTV in association with OzHarvest. Look! Buy! Store! Cook! … More Four Easy Ways to Reduce Food Waste
Does swimming at the beach, bird watching, camping on a mountain side or going for a bush walk affect our behaviour?
Could there be a connection between climbing trees and the likelihood that someone would consider taking action to reduce their ecological footprint? … More Nature Experiences: Good for the Environment?
So you want to buy a new laptop or a smart phone, but you’ve read about numerous social and environmental impacts during their lifecycles. You’ve learnt about polluting production processes – the leaching of toxic chemicals and the heavy reliance on fossil fuels. You are aware that making electronics requires the mining of minerals which … More Computer Buying Tips for the Ethically Minded
When I moved to Thailand six months ago, my lifestyle changed dramatically: a different culture, food, language and climate. Prior to this, I’d been trying to live more sustainably: consciously endeavouring to live a less impactful life through my decisions. My idea of sustainable living was swiftly challenged in moving to Thailand, where language and … More Questioning Sustainable Living
Back in January, I wrote about how much plastic waste I am generating while living in Thailand in 31 Days of Plastic and then I explored ways I could reduce this in Towards Plastic Free. As I discussed, escaping using plastic is quite a challenge here in Thailand, more so than if I was living … More Things I’ve done to reduce my plastic footprint